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By Marsha Wilson Chall | December 6, 2000
* Editor's note: Separated from his owner, a dedicated pet will do anything to see him again. The day they took Jean Claude away to school with his tuba, valise and toy boat, they left Bonaparte at the chateau. "Bonaparte!" the boy cried. "You have everything you need, Jean Claude. Come along," the parents said. "Bonaparte, stay!" they ordered the dog. "No dogs at La School d' Excellence." But the dog escaped the village to the streets of Paris, determined to find his boy. Monday morning, Bonaparte followed Jean Claude's trail all the way to La School d' Excellence.
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By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2013
The small wooden trunk is covered with red leather, painted with an ocher floral embroidery and studded with brass nails - and it couldn't have announced its owner's intention more clearly. The 19-year-old Baltimore beauty who packed the trunk with her books and with a black lace mantilla wasn't planning to merely travel between two continents. She was determined to conquer them. On one side of the trunk, plain and simple, is stenciled her birth name, "Elizabeth Patterson. " But on the other side, not one, but two labels declare the trunk to be the property of "Madame Bonaparte, nee Patterson.
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NEWS
January 18, 2004
On January 13, 2004, ERNEST J. BONAPARTE, survived by a wife, two children; a father Robert Bonaparte and host of other relatives and friends. Mr. Bonaparte will lie instate, Sunday, 4:30 PM at New Metropolitan Baptist Church, 1501 McCullough St. Wake 6PM. Funeral 6:30 PM. Interment Wednesday, at Lawson Grove Baptist Church in Darlington, SC.
NEWS
June 26, 2009
On June 20, 2009, former school teacher of Darlington, SC., and Baltimore, MD. He is survived by two sisters, Saundra Bacote and Gwendolyn Smalls both of SC.; two brothers, James Franklin Bacote of Baltimore and Larry Abraham of NC; godfather Robert Bonaparte of Bonaparte Florist. Mr. Bacote may be viewed Friday, 4 P.M at the New Metropolitan Baptist Church, 1501 McCulloh Street, where family will receive friends at 7 P.M. Funeral services 7:30 P.M. Final funeral services conducted Monday in Darlington, SC, by the Jordan Funeral Home.
NEWS
April 16, 2008
On April 12, 2008, KENITHEA RENEE, beloved daughter of Senithea Hilliard Adams and Kenneth Bonaparte and loving sister of Kendra Bonaparte. Also survived by her stepfather, Eric Von Adams, many aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services, 4101 Edmondson Avenue (at Wildwood Parkway) on Thursday from 2 to 7 P.M. Instate at Garden of Prayer Baptist Church, 1148 Homestead Street on Friday after 9:30 A.M., where family will receive friends at 11:30 A.M. Service to begin at 12 noon.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Robin Tunnicliff and Robin Tunnicliff,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 21, 2002
Over the years, the French have gotten a pretty bad rap as an arrogant bunch. Think, for example, of the raspberry-spitting French knight who so cruelly dismissed King Arthur and his knights in Monty Python and the Holy Grail. Well, as far as I'm concerned, any group that can turn out such fine food and wine can taunt me all they want, as long as the courses keep coming, the libations flow and the dessert cart moves toward my table as if it's rounding the bend at Le Mans. Bonaparte Breads does not have the wine, unfortunately.
NEWS
By Stacey Hirsh and Stacey Hirsh,SUN STAFF | August 28, 2000
To Claudie Lefilliatre, the smell of bread baking is so familiar that she can sense if a loaf has the right mix of ingredients just by the aroma seeping from the oven. She was raised on that smell, working at her father's bakery in France as a child and later in her own Paris bakery. About three years ago, Lefilliatre and her husband, Pierre, brought the well-known scent to the United States. The couple owns Bonaparte, a French bakery with stores in Fells Point and Howard County's Historic Savage Mill.
NEWS
April 15, 1992
Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke has named Assistant Planning Director Victor L. Bonaparte as Baltimore's acting transportation commissioner.Mr. Bonaparte, 44, who has worked in the Planning Department for 19 years, Monday will replace Herman Williams Jr., who has been named fire chief."
NEWS
By Michael A. Fletcher and Michael A. Fletcher,Staff Writer | April 15, 1992
Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke named Assistant Planning Director Victor L. Bonaparte as Baltimore's acting transportation commissioner yesterday.Mr. Bonaparte, 44, who has worked in the Planning Department for 19 years, Monday will replace Herman Williams Jr., who has been named fire chief."
NEWS
By Del Quentin Wilber and Mohammed el-Nawawy and Del Quentin Wilber and Mohammed el-Nawawy,SUN STAFF | June 26, 2001
An off-duty city police officer working yesterday as a security guard in a Northeast Baltimore department store shot and wounded a man who had retrieved a handgun after inadvertently dropping it on the floor, police said. Police said a man entered the Maxway department store in the 2500 block of Belair Road yesterday morning and, according to several patrons, acted suspiciously. About noon, the man approached Officer Jacques Bonaparte, 30, and began asking him questions, police said. Then a gun fell from the man's clothing to the floor and Bonaparte ordered him to back away, but he picked up the weapon and ran, police said.
BUSINESS
By Meredith Cohn and Meredith Cohn,meredith.cohn@baltsun.com | November 16, 2008
With the help of their two daughters who work for a Baltimore interior designer, Jon and Margee Zemarel have made their Roland Park house into a showcase since moving in about seven years ago. But, thanks to an abundance of trees and other greenery surrounding the four-bedroom, 31/2-bathroom Colonial house, the outside world has little chance of catching a glimpse. It's easy to drive right by. The house is nestled on a little more than a third of an acre, and the Zemarels have added many outdoor amenities that seem to blend in, such as a two-car garage that was built to match the house built in the 1920s - complete with old windows scavenged from another older building.
NEWS
April 23, 2008
A former and current Baltimore police officer received suspended jail sentences yesterday in a case in which a Morgan State University office manager and two young women were assaulted outside a Federal Hill pizza shop in 2005, according to city prosecutors. The victim, Akhenaton R. Bonaparte IV, has said the two officers, who are white, harassed him and called him a racist as he and his two young female friends talked about African-American history in Maria D's shop on Light Street. Jack H. Odom, who resigned from the force after the incident, was sentenced to a 10-day suspended jail sentence and a year of probation.
NEWS
April 16, 2008
On April 12, 2008, KENITHEA RENEE, beloved daughter of Senithea Hilliard Adams and Kenneth Bonaparte and loving sister of Kendra Bonaparte. Also survived by her stepfather, Eric Von Adams, many aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services, 4101 Edmondson Avenue (at Wildwood Parkway) on Thursday from 2 to 7 P.M. Instate at Garden of Prayer Baptist Church, 1148 Homestead Street on Friday after 9:30 A.M., where family will receive friends at 11:30 A.M. Service to begin at 12 noon.
NEWS
By Kathleen Purvis and Kathleen Purvis,McClatchy-Tribune | March 12, 2008
Meat in the middle. Soul on the edge. Pork belly inspires thoughts like that for me. Maybe it's just the fat rushing to my brain. But when I introduce someone to pork belly - to soft meat surrounded by fat that is meltingly tender on the inside and crisp on the outside - what I usually hear (through the moans) is, "That is to die for." "Yes," I reply cheerfully. "And with that in your arteries, it won't be long." Pork belly, of all things, has become a food-world darling. Wait - isn't pork belly the stuff that's traded as a commodity on Wall Street?
NEWS
November 20, 2007
THE PROBLEM -- Large trucks use Bonaparte Avenue in East Baltimore even though doing so is prohibited. THE BACKSTORY -- Bonaparte Avenue is a residential street that runs through the East Baltimore-Midway neighborhood. Truck drivers seem to like it as a convenient shortcut to industries at the eastern edge of the city, ignoring signs that bar them from using the road. "The trucks are shaking our houses and knocking our pictures off the walls," said John D. Brown, who has lived on Bonaparte for 21 years.
NEWS
By a Sun Reporter | September 11, 2007
Two Baltimore police officers who had assault charges against them dismissed because of a procedural error can be tried again by city prosecutors, the Maryland Court of Special Appeals ruled yesterday, rejecting the officers' claims of double jeopardy. Officer Jack H. Odom Jr. was charged with three counts of second-degree assault and Officer Michael D. Brassell with one count of second-degree assault stemming from an altercation outside Maria D's on Light Street in October. Akhenaton R. Bonaparte IV, who is black, alleged that the officers, who are white, harassed him and called him a racist as he talked with two female friends about African-American history.
NEWS
By GUS G. SENTEMENTES and GUS G. SENTEMENTES,SUN REPORTER | February 2, 2006
They were three friends casually talking about famous black men in world history over slices of pizza at a Federal Hill carryout one Saturday evening. Two men who appeared to have been drinking walked in, ordered food and then inexplicably butted into the friends' conversation, witnesses would later tell police. Akhenaton R. Bonaparte IV, who is black, said the two white men leveled a steady barrage of insults at him and his two teenage friends inside Maria D's restaurant. One called him a racist, and provoked him into a fight on Light Street that ended, Bonaparte said, with him pinned against a car with his hands cuffed behind his back.
NEWS
BY A SUN REPORTER | June 1, 2006
The Baltimore state's attorney's office has refiled assault charges against two city police officers who had their original cases dismissed last month after a judge ruled prosecutors failed to follow correct procedures, according to court documents. Officer Jack H. Odom Jr. is charged with three counts of second-degree assault and Officer Michael D. Brassell faces one count of second-degree assault, prosecutors said. Both officers have been suspended with pay. The officers are accused of assaulting a man and two young women outside Maria D's, a Federal Hill pizza shop, in October.
NEWS
By GUS G. SENTEMENTES and GUS G. SENTEMENTES,SUN REPORTER | May 6, 2006
Two Baltimore police officers charged with assaulting a man and two young women outside a Federal Hill pizza shop had their case dismissed yesterday after a judge ruled that prosecutors did not follow the right steps in bringing the case to court. District Judge James L. Mann Jr. ruled during a hearing yesterday that since the charging documents - handwritten by the accusers - indicated that the officers were on-duty, prosecutors had to follow a series of legal steps before they could allow the charges to be formally filed in District Court.
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